Duracell Jump-Starter 750 manual

Duracell Jump-Starter 750
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(“+”) clamp
connects to
”) clamp
connects to negative battery
terminal or to
metal part of car
(block, cylinder, etc)
7. Correct polarity must be established before proceeding. Re-check your
connections before starting your engine. If the clamps are reversed,
disconnect the jump-start clamps from the vehicle’s battery and redo
steps 5 and 6 in this procedure.
8. Before starting the engine, make sure the jump-starter and the cables
are clear of belts and fans.
9. Crank the engine for 4 seconds or until it starts, whichever is rst.
10. Remove the red positive (+) clamp and then the black negative (–)
clamp from the vehicle.
11. Store the jump-start clamps in the appropriate holder on each side of the


If you keep the jump-starter in storage, the battery will discharge over time.
Remember to recharge the battery every three months to keep the jump-
starter operational.

7. Maintenance

Routine maintenance is required to keep your Duracell
operating properly. Occasionally clean the exterior of the unit with a damp
cloth to remove the accumulated dust and dirt.


Disconnect all sources of AC power and DC power before performing any
type of maintenance.
Battery maintenance
All rechargeable batteries gradually discharge when left standing, and you
need to recharge them periodically to maintain maximum battery capacity.
The AC battery charger supplied with the jump-starter is designed to regulate
the charging process, ensuring that the battery is always fully charged but
never overcharged. To ensure safe recharging and maximum battery life,
recharge the jump-starter only with the supplied charger or approved battery


Due to inherent self-discharge, lead acid batteries must be charged at
least every 3 months, especially in a warm environment. Leaving a battery
in a discharged state, or not recharging every 3 months, may result in
permanent battery damage and poor jump-starting performance.


Do not attempt to recharge the jump-starter battery if it is frozen. Gradually
warm the frozen battery to 32 °F (0 °C) before recharging.

Portable Emergency Jumpstarter

1. Features

1: Emergency light
on/off button
2: Fuel gauge button and
USB on/off switch
on the fuel gauge indicator.
Turns on power to the USB
charge port.
3: LED fuel gauge/battery
level indicator shows battery
fuel level.
4: USB charge port
and indicator light.
Supplies up to 2.1 Amps
of charging power for
your USB devices.
5: 12V DC power socket
powers 12V DC devices and
appliances. It is also used to
recharge the jump-starters
internal battery.
6: Emergency light provides
bright LED illumination in dark
7: Negative jump
starting clamp
connects to the
(see Section 6).
8: AC battery charger
quickly recharges the jump-
starter’s internal battery from
a standard AC wall outlet;
stores in compartment on
bottom of unit.
9: Positive jump starting
connects to the
battery terminal (see Section 6)

2. Important Safety Information

Misusing or incorrectly connecting the Duracell
Jump-starter may damage
the equipment or create hazardous conditions for users. Read the following
safety instructions and pay special attention to all Caution and Warning
statements in the guide.
Warnings identify conditions that may result in personal injury or loss of life.
Cautions identify conditions or practices that may damage the unit or other


For general usage warnings and cautions, please see Section 9:
Warnings and Cautions on Page 2 of this manual. Please read these
items carefully before using this jump-starter.


The jump-starting clamps may spark if touched together. Always keep the
clamps in their storage holsters when they are not being used.

3. Charging/Recharging the Jump-starter

Charging before rst use


Prior to using the jump-starter for the rst time, ensure that the battery of
the jump-starter is fully charged. If the battery has been fully discharged,
charging/recharging with the AC battery charger may take up to 12 hours.
Charging / recharging with the AC battery charger
Recharging with the AC battery charger is a true “plug-in-and-forget” charging
method. We recommend leaving the AC battery charger connected when the
jump-starter is not in use.
1. Disconnect any USB and 12V DC appliances from the DC power outlets.
2. Remove the AC charger from the storage compartment under the unit.
3. Plug the AC battery charger into a standard AC wall outlet. Plug the
other end of the charger into the 12V socket of the jump-starter. The
“Red” LED on the charger will light up when battery is charging
4. Recharging time should be approximately 12 hours if the jump-starter
battery is fully discharged. “Green” LED lights up on charger when
battery is fully charged.


The 12-hour charging time for the jump-starter assumes that there is 120V
AC at the AC wall outlet. If the voltage is less than 120V AC, it may take
more than 12 hours to fully recharge the jump-starter If, after 12 hours
of charging, the Battery Status LED remains red, continue to charge the
unit for another 12 hours. The unit will be ready for use even if the Battery
Status LED remains red.


If you keep the jump-starter in storage, the battery will discharge over time.
Remember to recharge the battery every three months to keep the jump-
starter operational.
Note: Once fully charged, the charging current automatically reduces to a
maintenance charge mode, and the jump-starter may be left permanently
connected to the AC battery charger.

4. Checking the Jump-starter’s Battery Level

To check the battery’s charge level, press the Fuel Gauge button. The LED
lights will illuminate and display the current level of available battery power.
When all four lights are lit, this indicates that your Jump-starter is fully
charged. It is recommended to maintain a full charge on the Jump-starter at
all times for optimal jump starting and device charging.


Your jump-starter will perform best when its battery is fully charged. If the
LED Fuel Gauge shows less than 100% charge, it is recommended to fully
recharge your battery (see Section 3: “Charging/Recharging the Jump-
starters Battery” above).
Note: Battery Fuel Gauge status is only accurate when the jump-starter
has been disconnected from all appliances and all charging sources for 15

5. Using The Jump-starter’s Light / Power Ports

Using the built-in light
The Duracell
Jump-starter has a built-in emergency light to provide a safe,
bright work light on the roadside and in other outdoor environments.
1. Push the “Emergency Light” button to turn on the LED light.
2. Position the jump-starter so that the light illuminates your work area.
3. When done, push the “Emergency Light” button again to turn the LED
light off.
Using the USB port
The USB port provides up to 2.1 Amps of power to charge cell phones,
smartphones, tablets and other devices.
To charge USB devices:
1. Connect your USB device (smartphone, tablet player, etc.) to the USB
port using the USB cable supplied with your device.
2. Push the “On/Off” button.
3. Charging will start and up to 2.1 Amps of current can be supplied by the
port. The USB device controls the amount of current supplied. The
jump-starter never “pushes” more than required by the devices.
4. Push the “On/Off” button again when done to turn the USB port off.
Using the 12V DC power socket
The jump-starter can operate 12V DC appliances that draw 11A or less from
a 12V DC power outlet or from a vehicle’s lighter socket.


The DC power outlet does not automatically switch off when the internal
battery is discharged. Check the battery status periodically to prevent total
battery discharge.
Note: The fewer watts a 12V DC appliance draws, the longer the jump-
starter will operate before recharging is required.
To operate a 12V DC appliance:
5. Open the protective cover on the jump-starters DC power socket.
6. Plug the 12V DC appliance into the DC power outlet on the front panel of
the unit, and turn the 12V DC appliance on (if required).
7. Fully recharge the jump-starter as soon as possible after each use.
8. As the DC power socket is internally wired directly to the jump-starter’s
battery, extended operation of a 12V DC appliance may result in
excessive battery discharge. See “Caution: Equipment Damage” above.

6. Jump-Starting A Vehicle’s Engine

You can use the Duracell
jump-starter with the supplied jump-start cables to
jump-start a vehicle or boat engine that has a 12V starting battery.


Never allow jump-start cables’ red and black clamps to touch each other
or another common metal conductor. This could cause damage to the unit
and/or create a sparking/explosion hazard.


Jump-start cable clamps’ connection to the vehicle’s battery terminals must
be positive to positive (red clamp to battery “+”) and negative to engine
block. A reverse polarity connection (positive to negative) may cause
damage to the unit and/or create a sparking/explosion hazard.


Do not crank the engine for more than 4 seconds. The jump-start feature is
designed for short term operation only. Operating the jump-start feature for
more than 4 seconds may cause damage to the unit. Allow the jump-starter
to cool down for at least 3 minutes after each jump-start.
To jump-start a vehicle engine:
1. Turn OFF the vehicle or boat ignition and all accessories.
2. Engage the park or emergency brake and place the transmission in park
for an automatic or neutral for a manual.
3. If jump-starting a boat engine, purge the engine compartment and bilge
of all fumes.
4. Position the jump-starter on a at, stable surface near the battery and
away from all moving parts of the engine.
5. Connect the red positive (+) clamp of the cables to the positive (+)
terminal of the engine battery. The battery’s positive terminal is usually
larger in diameter than the negative terminal. In most vehicles, the
battery’s positive terminal has a red wire connected to it.
6. Connect the black negative (–) clamp of the cables to the engine block,
cylinder head, or other stationary heavy metal part of the motor.


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Especificaciones de Duracell Jump-Starter 750

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Marca Duracell
Modelo Jump-Starter 750
Producto Pila
EAN 0609525764260
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo Manual de usuario (PDF)
Capacidad de batería 9000 mAh
Voltaje de la pila 12 V
Tecnología de batería Sealed Lead Acid (VRLA)
Color del producto Black,Red
Número de baterías incluidas 1 pieza(s)
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 156 mm
Profundidad 280 mm
Altura 170 mm
Peso 3500 g
Ancho 156 mm
Profundidad 280 mm
Altura 170 mm
Peso 3500 g
Control de energía
Voltaje de la pila 12 V
Tecnología de batería Sealed Lead Acid (VRLA)
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